Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on December 12, 1948 · 31
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Oun.Teterropb Photo. TONY ROMANTINO Lineman of Year wood street store 2nd floor open monthly noon 'HI 9 dilINA41A SumTelegraph Phota LARRY MARTIN Lineman of Year All-Wool Sweaters $11.95 - special values at Ta0 special values at 'Thrower Player of Year, ilswo Tie for Line Award, , Sun-Telegraph Photo. WILLIE THROWER Player of Year 0 All-Opponents Named by Pitt Bill Fischer, Notre Dame tackle, was voted the No. 1 lineman and Barry Szulborski of 'Purdue the No. 1 back by Pitt gridders in 'their poll to determine a 1948 all-opponent squad. Fischer was the unanimous choice and Szulborski missed such a rating by only one vote. Leon Hart of Notre Dame and Sam Tamburo of Penn State were placed at ends, Phil O'Reilly of Purdue at tackle, Dave Templeton of Ohio State and Joe Drazenovich at guards and Angie Carnaghl of Purdue at center. Chosen to join Szulborski in the backfield were George Taliaferro, of Indiana, Franny Rogel of, Penn State and Doak Walker of Southern Methodist. ,A 1 Willie Thrower, the provocative football player with the ,., ,, provocative name, has been voted the Western Pennsylvania' high school footballer most likely to succeed in collegiate - competition. Specifically, he has been elected Player of the Year in the Sun-Telegraph's annual poll of coaches in the Catholic ' . League, the City League and the WPIAL. . t4 ,'..er This year coaches of 177 high -- , 41, ., v.,. schools were asked to vote and opponents failed to nominate ... , , ,k 153 exercised their franchise anyone. rights. Other linemen near the top The result was an easy victory were Duquesne's Frank Nassida, for the New Kensington High New Kensington's Dick Tamburo, 1 School halfback, who won with. Har.Brack's Dick Modelev.ski, , out making a single speech. Bridgeville's Al Bigi, Ambridge's In a sense, Willie was two Pete Russo, Farrell's Sam Nicas- Igow.mmte,milplayers. The coaches couldn't tro and Coraopolis' Pat Musta. :make up their minds on whether Thrower, Martin and Roman. . ,.. t he was the WPIAL's best passer tino win receive gold medals. ', ', 41or its best runner. , 4"THE BEST'- WIDI A I A AA e ;?! The actual votescored on a 5-3-1 basisfound Willie with 108 points, including 17 first place ballots. Some of the coaches comments attest to Willie's ability. William R,l'imeto of Plum Township said he was "the best passer and runner I have seen." Johnny Karcis !of North Catholic said he was 1"the best passer I saw all year." 'Neil Brown of Har-Brack said simply: "The best!" The runnerup to Willie was Blairsville's Pud Constantino, who polled 76 points. Others who were supported heavily but still finished far off the pace were Trinity's Joe Romano, Beaver Falls' Lou D'Achille, Tarentum's Floyd Anthony, New Castle's Ralph Pao lone, Monongahela's Paul - Anders and Bessemer's Henry Pezzuolo. In the voting for Lineman of the Year, scored separately, Larry Martin of Freedom, a center, pulled ia Truman and led everyone with 25 points. Tony Romantino of Donora, a guard, was No. 2 with 23 points. DEAD HEAT--; This surprise developmentin which a Class B lineman outscored the nearest Class AA lineman sounded implausible. In order to avoid a Gallup-Roper faux pas, the votes were analyzed again and it was decided to declare a dead heat between Martin and Romantino for the reason that Martin had the benefit of a full vote and Romantino did not. The coaches of three Donora Slip overs, cardigans, turtle Here are practical warm gifts of neck in handsome colors and all wool in handsome color and patterns. Complete size range. design. Nicely gift boxed. $3 By GEORGE KISEDA WPIAL Adds Grid Class C The Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic League's annual meeting in the Board of Education's Administration Bldg. yesterday produced one significant developmentthe addition of a Class C in football. The new class, which will begin operations in 1950, will be composed of schools with enrollments under 250 in the top four grades. Any school, of course, retains the privilege of competing in a higher classification. The election of officers result. ed in a unanimous vote for Mark N. Funk as president, J. C. Nicklas as vice president, J. Foster, Gehrett as secretary, H. B. Weav. er as treasurer and F. C. Gillespie, C. B. Book, L. M. Douglas, H. J. Colton and W. E. Do Ide as Decision Committee members. An encouraging note was sounded by Funk in commenting on the Sun-Telegraph's suggestion that it is time for the WPIAL to establish a publicity. records bureau. Funk said: "The work of the league is Increasing and the liTPIAL will have to determine a policy on what the league should do. If the policy is to increase the functions, then the league will have to consider hiring a full. time secretary." Other business included ' the committee reports and approval of motions that the basketball committee release schedules by May 1 and the league's golf tournament be run on a 36-hole - Windbreaker Jackets $11.95 sizes 38 to 44 I All other sizes from 6 to 56 at propor tionate prices! America's most famous jackets! Give him one for Christmas.. IViatihattati Shirts America's Finest Shirt Values at When you give a Manhattan you give the best ! Spear has the largest selection of these famous shirts in white, solid colors and novelty stripes. All sizes and sleeve lengths. There is a tremendous demand for Manhattan Shirtsdon't wait too long. GIVE MANHATTAN TIES TO MATCH; SI SKYSCRAPER... Cliff (Boo) Corey. 6-foot-7 center for Murray Greason's Wake Forest Deacons, who meet Duquesne U. in The Gardens tomorrow night. basis. The treasurer's report showed a balance of $6923,74 in bonds and checking and savings accounts. The Decision Committee an nounced the release of Midway and Waynesburg high s e hools from their league basketball schedules. Wins ton In Little Rose Bowl PASADENA, Cal., Dee.'11. (AP.)Compton College of California overwhelmed Duluth (Minn.) Junior College today, 48-14, before an estimated 55,000 in the Little Rose Bowl game. NORFOLK, Va., Dec. It (AP.) The Quantico Marines,1 East Coast champions, won the allNavy loothall championship today by defeating the San Died 1IMM....PW today by defeating the San Die. Totals 11 IP 53 Totals 11 V) 43 - - - go, (Cal.) Marines, 21-0. Score by period': Waynesburg , 13 12 10 18-53 Carnegie 15 8 9 11-43 , Floor Clinic Scholastic a n d Independent basketball teams from the North Side and North Boros district will be offered a floor clinic at the Allegheny YMCA at 7:45 o'clock tomorrow evening. ' Chess Champ to Visit Weaver Adams, winner of the 1948 U. S. Chess Federation Open tournament, will be guest of the Downtown YMCA Chess Club next Friday and Saturday nights. Pitt's basketball Panthers closed their 1948 home stand by edging out Bethany College on the Stadium floor last night, 65-64. A free throw by Mike Belich in the last 13 seconds decided the outcome. -7-- Both teams carelessly booted !Point margin. Pitt took coin substantial leads. Pitt was mond at the outset of the second the chief offender for with ten half, but Don Barris' field goal minutes left the Panthers were forced a 61-61 tie with 23 seconds situated comfortably at 4S-3S and:remaining. lour minutes later were on top! Seven players were chased un at 62.1'2.. dei.-60--;;(.i.';(;17--11-i-oi;1 ''''' t the Basketball Assn. of America. I. Seldom if ever has a Doc Carl-lvictory maintained Pitt's record Richardson said police will try son team wasted 10point advamiof never having lost to Bethany. to end all betting at sports tages twice in the last half. l The lineup: Tin cniti runrenne AntootrItt tages twice in the last hall. Bethany led at halltime, 32.29, after at one stage holding a nine. Waynesb,urg Beats Tech I Eddie Stayer clicking, the in Eitnig-11 06 i; i':;''..17i: i 1 a 2 1 vaders began to do their stuff In it v-errtlk3 v. 1 6 2 re4"b''''kt:1 1 1 3 1 the second quarter. it was re- 4Tat,11 1 g li Ltg"tt't 3 6 6 placement Ted Dull, however, Tntalm ;3 ; 3 1 .-- "-. -- 0 Totals 0 7 25 who fired a field goal that dead- RmeteeVanatia. Unlpire--Propelintin. locked at 1717. ' Y elataledeN The Jackets had a two-point 11111 . LEA ' 11 edge when the second half began. Arra -1 They crashed through with 18 ' . , .points in the final quarter. ' ' L It was the second straight win A ,..- for Waynesburg. Stan Rojek,, At Pennsylvania's Large Pirate shortstop, saw his team-, DRAFTING SCHOOL mate's team win. The lineup: 1 Today'. great demand ler draftsmen oh Wurttemberg' ll, le pt. Carnegie U. F. put,' Ka rigovieb,f 8 3 33, atocuiluo,f a a a fords mans annealing canastaMlle for Zianct?.f ! 1 5 Thendurel 7 1 1, those who are Mewed. Stough,e 0 1 l'Nfittgeg.c 5 4 14 Gturich.1 2 3 ,111ght,g 2 1 b Stagoer.g 3 10 Ift'Chetotte 1 2 Bockman,e 1 0 3 Book,g 1 0 2 Du 11,1r 2 1 5 Iterentenn,c 0 1 1 Amertc0,3 3 0 4;1agrone,1 0 0 L'arithcrs beat Bethany, .65-64 Designed for Your Personality Hollywood MEN'S Styles in TOUPEES Don't let a bald bead or anti or faded hair hold you back in business or social Ills when a EEDELE TOUPEE will give you the appearance you want and need. Come inno obli. gallon! Hair Goods Specialists. 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IL (AP.) An order went out to police today to eject all gamblers from the scene of amateur and professional sports compettnovv. The directive was Issued follow. log the bribery charge brought ftgainst Morris (Moxie) Fleishman yesterday by Joe Fu lks, star of the Philadelphia Warriors of to end all betting at sports events. lie said persons detected making bets will be ordered to leave and will be arnosted if they persist in betting. sa x.. a ka 1 K1 I I Totall 23 19 031 Ttelt 20 26 641 Stbie by hithes; i Frankie Gustine's Waynesburg Pitt 29 30-63 IW 32 32-64 PA College basketball team came' Bethany , ReloteeCitabamo. Vm0ity--4ither. I 1,413.91 foul.: Pitt-13. (David 2. Can4 lighting from behind to defeat, tprna 4. Lertwr 2, Cecconi 4. tirornanik i. !to ! lif:!bany 7-111arris 4. biewhirter a Gria- IM Carnegie Tech in a bristling bat-li I. ' 111;i...oast fouls! D 3. avid, Cantema Lerner tie in the Tech gym last night,' iticZttun5;1)::';,.c. 717,,Tm4b.11X1r,Vg!'ttI;'r: 53-43. 1 tin b. 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